The mystery of the ages! Longyou Grottoes is one of the highest level of underground man-made buildings in ancient China. It is also a wonder of the development and utilization of underground space in the world. It is a reflection of the vastness and depth of the Chinese nation. Longyou Grottoes can be traced back to 212 B.C. or even longer, but the age of construction is still unknown. It is the largest ancient underground man-made building ever found in the world. Longyou Grottoes integrates humanities, art, culture and engineering technology. Therefore, in 1992, the world legendary grottoes are Longyou Grottoes, which are displayed in front of people. Not only the age of construction is unknown, but also the causes and uses of these grottoes are different opinions. They have become a mystery that can not be solved for thousands of years. They are also called by local people as the Ninth Wonder of the world-quot; and they are national AAAA-level scenic spots.
I went there at the end of November last year, just in time for free activities. I went to this place because I saw the pictures taken by others. I was really shocked by the huge underground caves. I didn't know how to dig such a large cave without modern machinery and equipment in ancient times, and the wall patterns were very neat. Whether people look from top to bottom or from bottom to top, they will have a somewhat inexplicable sense of fear, because it is too deep. Do not miss ancient relics if you like to see them.
Grottoes are full of novelty seekers, and grottoes are full of mystery-guessers. What this sentence says is Longyou Grottoes. Longyou Grottoes are located in Quzhou, north of Longyou County. If you come from the center of Quzhou City, you just need to go to Longyou Station to take a taxi. It's not convenient, but you still make do. It's about 20 minutes'drive from Longyou Station. Because Quzhou's tourism policy is free of charge from Monday to Friday, there is no ticket collector at the entrance. After entering, there is a playback studio that you can see first. This studio mainly introduces Longyou Grottoes and some of its major conjectures. Before entering the grottoes, there was a place similar to an antique park. In fact, many Grottoes could be seen along the way. At present, only five Grottoes have been developed, which can be visited. Most of the others are still submerged in the water. The discovery of Longyou Grottoes is also interesting. In the legendary bottomless pond of the local people, several farmers used several pumps to pull it out. It turned out that there were holes in it. At first, they thought it was an abandoned mining field, so they didn't get much attention until six years later. After entering the cave, you will find that the temperature is much lower than that outside. It is 15-20 & The first cave in advance is a fresco carving of Eight Immortals crossing the sea. This is because the peasants at that time thought it was a Taoist holy place, so the portrayal, now it seems to have destroyed the cultural relics here. Besides, there are Buddha statues in it. What is worth watching most is that there are pillars on the top. Such open space has not collapsed really is quite severe. It was done before B.C. It's not easy to have such a level of construction. Most of the remaining open grottoes are almost the same, but the size is a little different. Of course, the last grotto even has the original sculpture of horses, so the year of this grotto was set before the Warring States Period to the Han Dynasty. Several major conjectures about this grotto, such as mining theory, armament theory, refuge theory, tomb theory, etc., have their own reasons, but they can easily be overthrown. But it is certain that such a large-scale project in the past was done by the emperor, but there is no conclusive evidence to prove the use of this cave, and there is no record in the history books. It is a mysterious worker. Cheng's unsolved mystery, I hope I can see scientific breakthroughs in my lifetime, find the mystery.
I went to play for two or two hours. The park is still relatively clean. I went to visit it on business. It's free on Monday. I need to buy tickets for 65 yuan in other time. I also need to take free photos. It's recommended that you come to Longyou for business. If you come here specially, it's not necessary.
Longyou Grottoes, the mystery of the ages, guesses and associations countless, that is, there is no final conclusion. The appearance of the Grottoes is very ordinary, or even insignificant. Inside, the grottoes marvel at the exquisite sculpture techniques of the ancients, with great momentum, and the sound of exclamation arises spontaneously.
Longyou Grottoes is one of the highest level of underground man-made buildings in ancient China. It is also a wonder of the development and utilization of underground space in the world. It is a reflection of the vastness and depth of the Chinese nation. Longyou Grottoes can be traced back to 212 B.C., and it is the largest man-made underground building ever found in the world.
The ninth miracle worth visiting will bring endless reverie after the visit. It's just that the decoration on the wall is a bit of a snake.